pictorella mannikin halls creek WA

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Subject: pictorella mannikin halls creek WA
From: Gary Wright <>
Date: Thu, 17 Dec 2009 11:07:42 +1030
I am in Hall's creek for work and it rained last night.   I went for a bit
of a bird watch this morning and I saw 6 Pictorella Mannikins.  Also black
faced woodswallows with nesting material, masked woodswallow, singing
bushlark, peaceful dove, diamond dove, yellow fronted(grey fronted)
honeyeater, red backed wren, pied butcherbird, yellow throated miner and
spinifex pigeon.

The area I went is near power station? on road  parallel to main road
heading back towards Fitzroy Crossing.


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